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News from Forward in Faith

Data Protection Over the summer shredding has been getting underway in earnest in the Forward in Faith office. The new General Data Protection Regulation prompted us to sort through our databases and all the paper files that contain personal data [...]

2018-10-23T13:59:11+00:00September 2018 Articles|

Sr Mary Michael CHC

Peter CSWG remembers the life of a remarkable woman Sr Mary Michael CHC died in hospital in Nottingham during the early hours of the morning of the Feast of St Thomas, following four years of managing the side effects of [...]

2018-10-23T13:57:35+00:00September 2018 Articles|

Faith of our Fathers

8 September is the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, but to many Anglicans the rich vein of thought and devotion about Mary’s place in the history of Anglican devotion is unknown. Anglican writers set her in the wider Christian scheme [...]

2018-10-23T13:57:06+00:00September 2018 Articles|

Secular Liturgies

Tom Sutcliffe is disappointed with the latest play by Alan Bennett I first saw Alan Bennett in late 1960 when he was teaching history at Magdalen in a modest way, having got his Oxford First in that subject. He was [...]

2018-10-23T13:51:37+00:00September 2018 Articles|

September Diary

Thurifer shares some thoughts Thomas Trotter has been the Birmingham City Organist since 1983, succeeding the legendary George Thalben-Ball. He gives lunchtime recitals in the Town Hall or Symphony Hall once a fortnight from October to July. The admission fee [...]

2018-10-23T13:50:22+00:00September 2018 Articles|

The way we live now

Christopher Smith reflects on the importance of body and soul in created humanity One of the reasons for the descent into bonkers-ness of the modern western world is, I suspect, to do with the difficulty that people have nowadays in [...]

2018-10-23T13:48:51+00:00September 2018 Articles|
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